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Friday, December 13, 2013

George Thorogood and The Destroyers : Maverick 1985


George Thorogood is forever consistent and Maverick is more of the blues/rock driving sound the journeyman guitarist is known for. John Lee Hooker's "Crawling King Snake" is what you expect from this crew while "Memphis, Tennessee" bursts at the seams with George's trademark slide and Hank Carter's saxophone. Recorded at the legendary Dimension Sound Studio in July of 1984 on the outskirts of Boston, the earthy sound catches all the band's primal energy from opener "Gear Jammer" to the wailing sax of "Long Gone."

There are only four originals from Thorogood, the album chock full of Johnny Otis, Chuck Berry, Carl Perkins, John Lee Hooker and others. It is territory that the group has covered on pretty much every previous record, but it's done with the artistic passion that makes it real. The vocal on "What a Price" full of torment, it's a nice contrast to the rocking numbers.
( Review by Joe Viglione)

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Format : Vinyl LP
Label : Capitol - EMI
Made in : USA
Genre : Rock
Style : Blues Rock
Year : 1985
MP3 : Size : 102 MB
Flac : Size : 271 MB

Tracks



     01. Gear Jammer     4:39    
    02. I Drink Alone     4:35    
    03. Willie And The Hand Jive     4:09    
    04. What A Price     2:48    
    05. Long Gone     4:32    
    06. Dixie Fried     3:46    
    07. Crawling King Snake     4:02    
    08. Memphis/Marie     5:54    
    09. Woman With The Blues     3:34    
    10. Let's Go Go Go     3:32    
    11. Maverick            2:08

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